Minority of GOP voters have favorable view of Republican congressional leaders

Maybe they’d be happier with Senator Limbaugh:

Some striking numbers buried in a new Rasmussen Poll show that GOP Congressional leaders are viewed favorably only by a minority.

A minority of Republican voters, that is.

Just 35% of GOP voters have a favorable rating of GOP House leader John Boehner. Only 40% of Republicans view Senate leader Mitch McConnell favorably.

What’s more, these findings are the work of Rasmussen, who critics have accused of tilting their polling to the right.

Most interesting, a majority of Dems view Pelosi and Reid positively.

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